Le’Raven Clark’s Tools Have Scouts Salivating, but Film Tells Different Story

March 19, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL teams value projection of prospects and athletic upside more than fans and NFL draft evaluators. Coaching staffs get involved in the process, and their confidence in their ability to develop prospects gets included in a player’s scouting report.
Texas Tech’s Le’Raven Clark has the body type, arm length and flashes that should make NFL offensive line coaches believers in his untapped potential. But despite the tools, the length and the upside, Clark deserves a big “buyer-beware” label for NFL teams based on his college film evaluation.
Why Scouts Are Salivating

In a vacuum, Le’Raven Clark offers everything you want in a left tackle prospect. His 36 1/8-inch arms are the longest of any offensive line prospect in the 2016 NFL draft.
His foot quickness allows him to kick slide at a high level and maintain natural balance, regardless of his positioning concerns. And based on his decision-making and ability to switch...

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